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So here is 5145mhz high voltage settings before I prime it.............

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Okay it bsod after 2hrs so enough of that clock try 5ghz again doh.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 12/24/12 at 5:50pm
post #1842 of 6491
Just sent my seasonic x760 for RMA so no OC for the moment as I use my old HEC powersupply

Also found out that CPU-Z and HWMonitor also causes foe some system instability and BSOD in Windows8 0_0.

Anyway Merry Christmas! drunken.gif
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H100 just doesnt cut it for me anymore....think i may have to do a custom loop....lol
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H100 just doesnt cut it for me anymore....think i may have to do a custom loop....lol

I ve said this all along....Closed loop systems can never match the performance of a proper custom liquid cooling setup. Above all you can build yourself a very decent cooling system for the same money you spend on these guys.
Edited by X79Extreme7UK - 12/24/12 at 7:44pm
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I ve said this all along....Closed loop systems can never match the performance of a proper custom liquid cooling setups. Above all you can build yourself a very decent cooling system for the same money you spend on these guys.


Another pearl of wisdom from geezer thumb.gif
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H100 just doesnt cut it for me anymore....think i may have to do a custom loop....lol
I wouldn't knock the H100. It's a damn good cooler. If you go custom, be prepared to spend tons of money! And also be prepared to not be as much cooler than that H100 as you think. That thing performs pretty darn well.
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i was not knocking it.....i love my H100 for what it is.....but you will never get the temps you can get from a closed loop.....look at HOMECINEMA's temps.....there is no way that you could get that at those clocks on an H100....no way ever gonna happen....now i have seen people put a reservoir on an H100 and loose like 7-10 degrees C....
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Look what I got for chrissy........

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1192354/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL

Phobya G-Changer 360 Ver 1.2 (Black) Radiator eek.gif 65mm thick , This is going to be interesting..wheee.gif

And heres that 5ghz ive been working on .......



Had to volt up to get it primed but it will boot up@1.465vcore stable enough to play bf3 mohwf photoshop ect ect so not as good as the first malay mad.gif much higher vcore to run same clocks doh.gif oh well at least it will do it .....
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 12/25/12 at 5:27am
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Lowered the offset vcore to 0.060v. 1.32v -> 1.26v
All spread spectrum off
Addtl turbo voltage: 0.004v (lowest as possible)
other: default / auto


4.3ghz @ 1.26v, idles at 1.2ghz @ 1.0v

Haven't reapplied thermal paste yet too busy for the meantime but got a chance to play around with the settings. Temps is still high but quite low compared to my previous result.

I thought at first tries in Windows8 that my system is unstable, weeks later I found out that CPU-Z and HWMonitor are the ones causing it. Quite happy with CoreTemp at the moment but looks like the vcore offset result is not reflecting to the VID which still stuck at 1.3210v.
Edited by lagur - 12/25/12 at 8:01am
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here is the 4.625 i am working on...got the vcore pretty low on it...trying to get something that will never go above 75ish degrees when priming so....

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